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Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest Entry “There Must Be Another Way …


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– Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest Entry “There Must Be Another Way …
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– Eurovision legends come to Margate
– Alexander Rybak Expected To Win Eurovision 2009 For Norway
– Georgia’s Eurovision entry exits over lyric
– Extremists protest against Roma in Eurovision

Israel’s Eurovision Song Contest Entry “There Must Be Another Way …
About – News & Issues
The 54th annual competition will take place May 12-16 2009 in Moscow. However fans of the contest are starting to generate buzz about various entrants. ne of the most intriguing is this year’s song from Israel. “There Must Be Another Way” carries a message promoting peace and reconciliation in the Middle East.

Sakis Rouvas ne f The Favourites For Greece In Eurovision 2009 dds
LBG Betting News
htm’>Eurovision song contest is one of the favourites in the. htm’>Eurovision betting and will be hoping to upset the Norwegians who are favourites this year.

Eurovision legends come to Margate
thisiskent.co.uk
After organisers secured £6000 funding from the National Lottery they. After organisers secured £6000 funding from the National Lottery they.

Alexander Rybak Expected To Win Eurovision 2009 For Norway
LBG Betting News
htm’>Eurovision 2009 as the competition draws nearer. We are now just seven weeks away from the spectacle and more and more bookmakers are now betting on the event.

Georgia’s Eurovision entry exits over lyric
Hollywood Reporter
n Wednesday the Georgian Public Broadcaster which is in chargeof selecting the country’s entry announced that Stephane & 3Gwould not change the controversial title line in the song “We Don’tWanna Put In” as suggested by the European Broadcasting Union thecontest’s organizer. Earlier this week the EBU warned Georgia that the song which manysaw as an intended pun on the last name of Russia’s prime ministerVladimir Putin should not be performed at the contest citing aclause in the rules stipulating that song lyrics should not containpolitical messages. Levan Kubaneishvili head of the Georgian Public Broadcaster saidin a letter to Eurovision executive director Svante Stockseliusthat his company “disagrees with [EBU’s] decision and considers itgroundless” the Russian wire service RIA Novosti reported. Georgian authorities speculated that EBU’s ruling could have beenprompted by pressure from Moscow but provided no evidence.

Extremists protest against Roma in Eurovision
Prague Daily Monitor
cz band will represent the Czech Republic in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest. The protesters gathered outside a Prague hotel where the awarding ceremony of the Angel pop music prizes takes place during which Gipsy. The National Party members said that the Czech Television (CT) discriminated against other bands by nominating Gipsy.
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